1¼ miles from Manaccan, wonderfully tucked away on a 240 acre dairy farm, a handsome detached house with Georgian origins. The accommodation is a self-contained part of the family home. You are welcome to watch the milking activities. To one side, an enclosed garden (table/chairs, barbecue) and, at the back across a yard, a simple but large first-floor games barn with lots of toys, table tennis, air hockey and table football. For the walker, footpaths to the Helford River and creeks and local pub (but remember a torch!). Plenty of parking for cars and boats.From yard, door to open-plan living/dining/kitchen (dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker) with woodburner, TV/DVD and lovely long rural views. Hall to little conservatory with chairs. From the kitchen, open tread stairs (stairgates) up to two bedrooms - a double with lovely views, and a bunk room (3' beds) with washbasin. Smart shower-room (suite).Between 21 July and 1 September the accommodation is extended (Ref. T8a) to accommodate up to 8 people at price band KK (no short breaks), with an additional living room with open fire, TV and sliding glazed doors to patio, and two more first-floor bedrooms - a double, and a twin (zip-linkable to 6' double), plus big bathroom (suite with separate shower).
Manaccan: pretty village (thatched pub, church out of which an ancient fig tree grows) in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, ¼ mile from the magical creeks of the Helford Passage. Lovely walks. Winding creek road (1 mile) to St Anthony-in-Meneage (boat hire, river swimming). Helford (shop, foot ferry across Helford River), 2 miles; Helston, 10.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x adult bunk room with washbasin. Open plan living area with sitting area, kitchen and dining area. Conservatory. Shower-room with shower, basin and WC. Games room.
MANACCAN Helston 10 miles ; Helford 1.5 miles ; Porthallow 3 miles The village of Manaccan on the South Helford is small and friendly, with an excellent restaurant, friendly village inn and a beautiful 12th century church. The South Helford is arguably one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of Cornwall. With meandering country roads, picturesque creeks, tidal inlets and pretty waterside villages, the area can be summed up in three words: tranquil, charming and timeless. The perfect spot for enjoying outdoor living, the South Helford’s sheltered coves were made for messing around on the water and strolling leisurely along the banks. Leave your ‘phone behind and embrace the simple pleasures - while away time paddling in the shallows, explore hidden coves with a hire boat from St Anthony, and stroll through woodland to enjoy a picnic on the beach.